Optimal Javelin Release

@inproceedings{Bartlett2007OptimalJR,
  title={Optimal Javelin Release},
  author={Roger Michael Bartlett and Richard A. Sawyer},
  year={2007}
}
This paper reports a study of the optimal release of men's and women's new and old rule javelins involving modeling, simulation, optimization (including sensitivity analysis), and simulation evaluation. Because of the lack of reproducibility in earlier results of two-dimensional flight simulation research, the paper presents a continuation of the two-dimensional model used previously. As expected, each javelin was found to have a different optimal release for a given individual, and the optimal… CONTINUE READING

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